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Taylors fears In the Story The Bean Trees by Barbara Kingslover we see a character named Taylor overcome several fears that she has Taylor Greer a woman who once saw a man being thrown several feet up into the air shortly after his tractor tire blew up never did really like tires She always seemed to think that the same thing might happen to her if she ever did something like overfilling it too much with air Her mom who was fairly normal decided to test Taylors tire-changing-skills shortly after she bought her 55 Volkswagen She knew what to do in a case of emergency but she was afraid to do it Mattie the sole owner of a shop named Jesus is Lord Used Tires was accustomed to changing and rotating tires everyday One day she received a customer who had driven over some cracked glass pieces on the side of the road Mattie took standard procedures by lifting the car taking out the tire and finally dipping it to see if air bubbles would come up Im sorry to tell you hon these are bad I can tell you right now these arent going to hold a patch Theyre shot through page 40 Mattie was exceptionally nice to Taylor and told her to come inside and have some coffee After drinking a cup of coffee and giving Turtle some juice Mattie came up with the idea that Taylor could work for her Taylor being the one who doesnt like tires in the first place accepted the generous offer but went almost nuts with the huge tire wall that surrounded her Taylor was a good worker and didnt have any real complaints about her position but she still had a fear of exploding tires This fear was noticeable to Mattie Mattie being the rough-tough but nice person asked Taylor nicely to follow her when suddenly Mattie threw a 5-gallon Jerry can at
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